Nothing to See Here
Gabrielle Vigneault-Gendron / 2019 / 16 min.
Someone has been killing cats in Emmanuelle’s neighborhood while her own pet has been missing for two months. The tenacious and headstrong young woman is still desperately looking for it until she crosses path with an uptight neighbour. A look on social tensions, Nothing to See Here mixes dark humour and suspense to create a contemporary urban tale.
- Director Gabrielle Vigneault-Gendron
- Year 2019
- Length 16 min.
- Genre Fiction
- Versions Original French version
- Sound Stereo, 5.1
- Available formats DCP
Cast & Crew
- Screenplay, Gabrielle Vigneault-Gendron
- Cinematographer, Simran Dewan
- Editor, Émile Tremblay
- Sound, Antoine Rail et Hélène Théberge
- Sound mix, Maxime Vermette
- Sound editor, Gabrielle Vigneault-Gendron
- Music, Anaïs Larocque
- Artistic director, Jeremy Sandor
- Cast, Vanessa Landry, Lou-Pascal Tremblay, Audrey Roger, Maud Beauchemin
Gabrielle Vigneault-Gendron is an artist and director from Montreal. Having completed a Bachelor Degree in Painting and Drawing, she also graduated from Concordia with a Degree in Film Production. She has won numerous prizes and distinctions in school, during which her work has traveled many times in North America and Europe. In 2017, she co-founded with Émile Tremblay a production company called Les Moyens du Bord, through which they direct fiction short films. On top of that, she co-founded a non-lucrative organization called Nouveau Cadre, a group that goes to high school students to sensibilize them about systemic sexism.